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May 19, 2013 8:00am EDT
for joining us. best of luck. >> thank you. >>> coming up, my notebook. >>> most people think of the cia using unmanned aircraft, but the navy is poised for an unmanned revolution. last week for the first time it catapulted an unmanned jet from an aircraft carrier, part of the seven-year $1.5 billion program to prove the unmanned planes could operate from carriers. both test planes will be retired and a new program born to field within six years and unmanned long range strike plane. the naval version of the long range unmanned spy plane the triton will soon make its maiden flight. the unmanned helicopter is in limited service, allowing leaders to better deploy a smaller force. but fielding the plane that can operate globally and giving carriers the long-range strike capability. they must remain a top priority. thank you for joining us for this week in defense news. you can watch this online at i'll be back next week at the same time. until then, have a great week. i didn't quite know thiwhat to expect.our. i'd seen the images on tv, but until you're in the thick of it... any
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